I am trying to set up a way of tracking my Duke of Edinburgh Students as they contribute to the MissingMaps project. The documentation states I can add a hashtag into the changeset comments to then search for that hashtag within the leaderboard. I have tested this on my own account and I don't seem to be able to bring up any records.

This is the documentation: http://www.missingmaps.org/partners/assets/docs/Guide%20for%20using%20hashtags%20and%20the%20leaderboard%20(MSFT).pdf

Has the process now changed or am I just not doing it correctly. The hashtag I tried adding was #aliensesu this is the changeset https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/128522374

All help appreciated

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asked 05 Nov, 14:29

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Your edits now appears on the dedicated Leaderboard.

I guess the data lags behind more than advertised.

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answered 06 Nov, 16:00

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It looks as though these edits should appear on the MM Leaderboard, but for some reason they are not (I checked other hashtags on the edits and they do not appear under the other hashtags.

An alternative way of searching for the changesets would be to use OSMCha (login needed using OSM id): this is a query which should pull changesets with your hashtag. It many need a bit of tinkering with (area, time etc) to meet your needs.

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